Concrete Fence Posts

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If continually replacing timber posts which have rotted at ground level has become an all too common experience in your gardening pursuits, why not invest in concrete fence posts? Far superior in their resistance to rot, rust, and insect attack, concrete posts offer a wealth of benefits over traditional timber fencing posts. We stock a vast range of intermediate, corner and end concrete posts in a variety of lengths to assist you in any fencing project. 

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What Are Concrete Fence Posts? 

Concrete posts are a durable and long-lasting option for fencing projects, offering a variety of benefits over other materials such as wood or metal. 

These posts are typically made from reinforced concrete, which provides a strong and sturdy foundation for the fence panels to be attached to.

One of the main benefits of concrete fence posts is their durability. Unlike timber posts, which can rot or warp over time, or metal posts, which can rust or corrode, concrete posts are resistant to weathering and other forms of wear and tear. 

This means that they can provide a stable and reliable foundation for the fence panels for many years to come, with minimal maintenance required.

Concrete fence posts are also resistant to pests such as termites or other insects, which can be a common problem with wooden fence posts. 

Additionally, they are fire-resistant, which can be an important consideration in areas that are prone to wildfires or other fire hazards.

Concrete Fence Post Benefits 

  • Long-lasting alternative to timber posts 
  • Designed to withstand the elements - steel-reinforced design 
  • Requires minimal maintenance
  • Suitable for domestic panel fencing
  • Resistant to rot, fungi and insect attack 

Concrete Corner Posts

Put simply, a corner post does what it says on the tin: it helps you create a corner within your fence. A corner post allows you to change the direction of your fencing.

Concrete Intermediate Posts

Steel-reinforced intermediate concrete posts provide a convenient H-shaped recess to slot fence panelling into, streamlining the process of constructing your fence.

These slots enable a variety of fence panels to be effortlessly secured in place, thus simplifying and speeding up the completion of any fencing project. 

Concrete End Posts

End posts, as their name implies, signify the end of the fence and feature a singular groove on one side of the post. They serve as anchor points for the fence and provide support to the end of the structure. The fence extends from the side with the slot. 

End posts are an essential component in the construction of a fence, and when used in combination with intermediate concrete fence posts and fence panels, they can provide a sturdy and secure boundary for any property.

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Frequently Asked Concrete Fence Posts Questions

What Are The Benefits Of Using Slotted Concrete Fence Posts?

On top of requiring little to no upkeep, slotted posts offer a quick and painless installation process.

Slotted fence posts eradicate the need for nails, brackets, and other fixings. This is due to the fact that its deep grooved design allows it to simply slot in between the beams.

Please note - when installing concrete fence posts, it's essential to have assistance. Lifting concrete posts is by, no means, a one-man job.

Are Concrete Fence Posts Better Than Timber Fence Posts?

Many people only focus on short-term costs when it comes to pricing, but that's not always the wisest decision. 

A cheaper fence might look appealing at first glance, but if it needs replacing multiple times over a few years, it makes sense to spend that bit more to ensure the quality and longevity of your fence over time. 

This is especially true for timber fence post systems Vs concrete post systems.

While there are many benefits to using timber posts over concrete, in terms of aesthetics and cost, concrete posts definitely take the crown where durability is concerned. Unlike timber, concrete can last for decades upon end.

In conditions where wooden posts would deteriorate and buckle to bad weather, concrete posts remain sturdily unaffected. Concrete is a durable material that doesn't rot, decay, or split over time as timber does. In the long run, concrete more than pays for itself.

We especially advise opting for concrete posts if you live in a coastal or rural area.

How Long Do Concrete Fence Posts Last?

Concrete fence posts can last for decades, often outlasting other types of fencing materials such as wood or metal. 

With proper installation and maintenance, concrete fence posts can provide a reliable foundation for fence panels for many years.

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